Come Visit Us at Richmond Community College
Whether you’re familiar with our academic programs or just looking at your options for college, we encourage you to come visit Richmond Community College at our campus in Hamlet or Laurinburg. We can give you a tour of our campus and explain more about all of our associate degree, college and career readiness, adult education and workforce development courses and more. Our admissions counselors can help you determine if RichmondCC is the right place for you!
How to Schedule a Campus Visit in Hamlet or Laurinburg
When you’re ready to set up a time to tour our college and learn more about our North Carolina community college campus in Hamlet and Laurinburg, you can contact our Assistant Director of Marketing & Communications, Kacie Hamby, at (910) 410-1839 or email her at email@example.com. She can help you find a time that works best for you to visit RichmondCC and outline what you would like to do while on our campus.
During a visit, we can offer prospective students a chance to:
- Meet and talk with current students.
- Meet a professor.
- Meet an admissions officer.
- Meet with a financial aid officer.
- Attend a class.
- Meet with a member of the Student Government Association.
- Meet with a career coach and define your career and educational plans.
Before your campus visit at Richmond Community College, you can prepare by exploring our website, looking through our programs to see if one catches your interest, getting acquainted with our locations and making a list of any questions you have about our college.
We look forward to meeting you and showing you all that Richmond Community College has to offer you!
Your Community College
Continuing Education: Our Workforce and Economic Development division offers continuing education classes, personal enrichment courses, workforce advancement and customized training classes.
Adult Education: If you are ready to complete your high school education, we offer an Adult High School Diploma program and High School Equivalency testing services, including the GED and HiSET. We also offer English as a Second Language classes.
Small Business Center: We support the development of new businesses and the growth of existing businesses by being a community-based provider of counseling, training, and resource information.
The Robert L. and Elizabeth S. Cole Auditorium: Located on the main campus of the college in Hamlet, the Cole Auditorium provides the citizens of Richmond and Scotland counties entertainment options, along with an excellent banquet and meeting location.